Welcome to Snapshot 4 Learning.
My original Snapshot Learning contains thousands of great resources but has "outgrown" itself. Hence Snapshot 4 Learning, which is hyperlinked to Snapshot 1, now exists. 
Task Activities  Number
Whole Number
These modules are prepared by AMSI as part of The Improving Mathematics Education in Schools (TIMES) project.
The modules are organised under the strand titles of the Australian Curriculum.
• Number and Algebra
• Measurement and Geometry
• Statistics and Probability
The modules are written for teachers. Each module contains a discussion of a component of the mathematics curriculum from early primary up to the end of Year 10.
A unit of work and teacher reflection resources provided.

Students construct number sentences to record the equivalent relations by inserting missing values.

Enter a number and discover its properties.




Addition  Subtraction
This activity helps children learn grouping, tally marks, and place value.
As they master counting, they can move on to adding and subtracting twodigit numbers. 
After Okta hides some bubbles under a shell,
he then either adds more bubbles or takes some away. Students have to determine how many bubbles are left under the shell. 
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Multiplication  Division

Classroom Idea

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Fractions, Decimals, Percentages
Students work with tenths up to 999.9 and explore place value in a gamelike environment. There are opportunities for mental addition and subtraction.

Students adjust units on an area representation and a common fraction to match the decimal fraction. Students deal with numbers from 0 to 1: parts of a whole.

Students use a circular region representation tool to find the matching symbolic fraction.




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Patterns, Algebra
Students develop an understanding that patterns consist of repeating elements or groups of elements, are predictable and can be represented in different forms.

Students explore and develop some foundation notions of algebraic thinking, such as multiple values for variables, the equivalence of number relations and the use of words and mathematical symbols to express generalisations.

Maths Symbaloos  ES1. S1. S2. S3